Foraged Flowers DIY

by Tina on August 17, 2015

in Decor, DIY, Flowers

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With Georgia on my mind (too cheesy?), it is hard not to get excited when I see cool things going on in my home state.  I recently came across the blog of the very talented designer, Kristin Jackson, who lives in Atlanta and authors a super inspiring blog called Hunted Interior.  I really loved the beautiful floral arrangement she created using Mandy’s Foraged Flowers DIY as her inspiration.  My mom always has the most beautiful garden and I get so spoiled when we visit because she brings in fresh flowers most mornings and has a real knack for creating something beautiful.

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We have planted a few things on our little Urban Terrace, but between our travel schedule and the outside of our house being taken over by the roofer for four months, we haven’t really had the chance to plant or even enjoy even our limited outdoor space.  I’m super excited to have a few days with my mom and to be thoroughly pampered by her garden!

What about you?  Do you have a garden when you can forage for flowers?

Photos via Hunted Interior

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Lisa August 17, 2015 at 3:44 pm

No, I don’t have a garden … and just a few plastic flowers in my flat 😀

Enjoy your Monday!
xx
Joy Della Vita Travelblog

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Belle August 17, 2015 at 10:47 pm

My grandmothers were both flower foragers and their homes were always filled with flowers from their gardens. I remember going out into the garden, picking marigolds, and helping Grannie arrange the flowers for my 8th birthday party. My love of going outside into my own garden and bringing what beauty I could find in was born. Or perhaps it’s genetic. We don’t have a garden right now – just a balcony with a lone, recently purchased but gorgeous Japanese maple – but we do have a farmers market that takes place in our neighborhood several times a week and a few of the booths sell the most amazing flowers. It’s not the same, but it will do.

Enjoy your time in your mom’s garden!

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